While the exposure is far reaching and eminent, remediation is quiet simple. This of course in no way reduces the concerns over the potential losses posed by the crack. And once the hacker has the key, the possibilities are endless. Its time for developers to start digging in a fixing their code.
Live Event Date: March 23, 2017 @ 2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT
As you adopt the use of cloud services, whether in public/IaaS, SaaS or hybrid environments, the attack surface expands and, if breached, the costs increase exponentially.
This session is designed to help IT and security leaders understand and address the unique challenges that enterprises typically face when they deploy their applications in the public cloud. It summarize the areas that the public cloud vendors typically take care of and …
On-demand EventEvent Date: March 21, 2017
With the rise in ransomware attacks, bank heists that reached new levels of sophistication, and extortion plots that were beyond anything we could have imagined, 2016 certainly was an eventful year for cybersecurity. Going into 2017, no business can afford to be uninformed about cybersecurity or unprepared for an attack.
Watch this informative webinar, presented by Andrey Pozhogin, Senior B2B Product Marketing Manager at Kaspersky Lab, as he examines predictions for …